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Old 09-01-2014, 06:49 PM   #1
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Basement AC fan won't go on hi

I have a '04 vectra AD, with a new (2yrs old) basement AC unit installed by Winnebago controlled by the standard Coleman-Mack thermostat and now the fan will only blow on low on both settings. Any ideas where to look for a solution? All breakers and fuses seem intact, is it possible the control unit is fubar?

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There really isn't enough information here to draw any conclusions. It is possible that the controls are bad, but it could also be the blower motor, the selector switch, or a host of other possibilities. I sure wouldn't start to replace parts without some more in depth trouble shooting.
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Get your A/C model #. then go here: Airxcel | RV Products | Tech Info and find a manual for your A/C and t=stat.
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